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From the earliest days of our Republic, 1 some years before our federal Constitution of 1787 was ratified; 2 the Citizens of the States determined the qualifications for voting, and memorialized these qualifications in their State Constitutions.  In keeping with this hallowed practice, the Citizens of North Carolina recently amended …

The recent assassination of Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani carried out by United States military personnel under orders from President Donald J. Trump has caused much turmoil in America. From the instant that the details of the deadly mission were announced, critics of the president have been shrill in their …

As things heat up again in the Middle East concerning Iran, and a missile strike has taken out a top general, isn’t it time that Americans take a look at what the Bible and the Constitution say about war? Isn’t it time we understood how a standing army is a …

In the middle of November, I had constitutional scholar Publius Huldah on my radio show to discuss how red flag laws, the USMCA and those promoting an Article V convention are leading America on a road to tyranny.  Recently, Dr. Alan Keyes had PH on as his guest on his …

Article 5 provides two ways to amend our Constitution: Congress (1) proposes amendments and sends them to the States for ratification (this was done with our existing 27 Amendments); or (2) calls a convention for proposing amendments if two-thirds of the State Legislatures apply for it. We’ve never had a …

A new CBS News poll conducted by YouGov shows 55% of Americans think the newly opened probe for the impeachment of this President is necessary, while 45% of Americans think it is unnecessary. Last Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry into the President after a “so-called” …

Yes, he does.  The Federal Reserve System is collapsing due to the inherent instability of a monetary system, not based on gold & silver, but on the Fed’s “right” to create “money” out of thin air 1 which it then lends to the US Treasury (and is added to the …

Our recent national observation of what is called “Labor Day” got me to thinking.  When we observe national holidays, what, exactly, are we celebrating?  And when I consider how fashionable is the modern focus on “diversity” it makes me wonder how past American leaders could ever have come together to establish any …

The parts of our federal Constitution are so interrelated that it is impossible to understand a single clause therein without considering all of the other provisions of our Constitution. Article I, §8, clause 3, US Constitution, states: “The Congress shall have Power … To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and …

I believe we can all agree that despite our shortcomings the United States is likely the greatest country to live in. This, of course, is due to the blessings of Almighty God and the unashamed dedication our Founding Fathers had to Him and His Law. They believed in a doctrine …